Modern motor yacht with light, bright interiors, double, twin and single cabins, and sunny and covered deck space.
Prices from: £2,920 for 8 days
This modern motor yacht entered service in 2008 and provides accommodation in 9 cabins, made up of 6 twins, a double and 2 singles, for up to 16 passengers, so retains an intimate feel. All have large windows to admit plenty of light, air conditioning and bathrooms with hot and cold running water.
The main deck has a large open plan lounge, bar and dining area lined with windows on both sides, with ample seating including a wraparound sofa, TV, DVD player, collection of reference books and board games. Out on deck you can find covered seating as well as loungers where you can top up your tan between island visits. Social areas are arranged over 3 decks and the whole vessel feels spacious.
Yolita II Highlights
- Large open plan lounge-dining area
- Cabins with lower beds and large windows
- Choice of covered and open deck areas
- Twin, double and single accommodation
- Friendly, diligent crew
- Good value for money
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Itinerary A – 7 nights / 8 days
- SUN: Fly to Baltra. Santa Cruz: Las Bachas
- MON: Genovesa: Darwin Bay and Prince Philips Steps
- TUE: Bartolome. Santiago: Sullivan Bay
- WED: Isabela: Sierra Negra Volcano and Arnaldo Tupiza tortoise breeding centre
- THU: Isabela: Elizabeth Bay and Tagus Cove
- FRI: Isabela: Urbina Bay. Fernandina: Punta Espinosa
- SAT: Santiago: Espumilla Beach. Rabida
- SUN: Daphne. Depart Baltra
Itinerary B – 7 nights / 8 days
- SUN: Fly to Baltra. North Seymour
- MON: San Cristobal: Kicker Rock, Cerro Brujo and Isla Lobos
- TUE: Espanola: Gardner Bay and Punta Suarez
- WED: Santa Fe. South Plaza
- THU: Santa Cruz: Charles Darwin Research Station and Highlands
- FRI: Floreana: Punta Cormorant, Devil’s Crown, Post Office Bay and Baroness Lookout
- SAT: Sombrero Chino. Santa Cruz: Cerro Dragon
- SUN: Santa Cruz: Black Turtle Cove. Depart Baltra
Cabins 5, 6, 7 and 8 are on the main deck. They are twin bedded rooms and have a similar layout, with large windows. Cabins 5 and 8 are nearer the lounge, and 6 and 7 are right at the bow and have slightly smaller shower rooms as cabins narrow towards the front. All have individual air conditioning.
There are 5 passenger cabins on the upper deck comprising 2 twins (numbers 9 and 10), 1 double bedded cabin (number 1), and 2 single cabins (numbers 4 and 11). All have en-suite shower rooms and windows, and have air conditioning controlled from the cabin.
|Year of construction:||2007|
|Accommodation:||There are 9 cabins in total. There are 4 twin cabins on the main deck, and 2 twin cabins, 1 double and 2 single cabins on the upper deck. All are air conditioned with individual controls, have private bathrooms and picture windows.|
|On Board:||There are 4 decks. The lower deck is for crew only. The main deck has the open plan lounge, dining and bar area. The upper deck has a shaded deck at the stern and a sunbathing area with loungers at the bow. The top deck is open to the sun and has several loungers.|
|Crew:||7 crew plus 1 naturalist guide|
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